Ronaldo also spoke about his time at the Bernabeu in the past tense, saying: "It was beautiful to be at Real Madrid."
Molinari came into the week with five top-10 finishes in the last six years, including a runner-up finish 12 months ago, but he finally got over the line in impressive style as he completed 72 holes with only two bogeys on his card - and none over the weekend - to post a winning score of 17 under
Pole-sitter Ricciardo was in control through the first part of the race but then had to limp around the iconic streets with an engine problem for a staggering 60 laps, taking his first Monaco win in incredible fashion
Ramos, a four-time Champions League winner, took to Twitter after the match: "Sometimes football shows you its good side and others the bad. Above all we are fellow pros. Get well soon, Salah. The future awaits you."
Rooney was in the American capital Washington DC this week for talks about joining the Major League Soccer side
While he did not find the net against Liverpool, Ronaldo has scored more goals - 120 - in the competition than any other player in history
Karius' first error saw him throw the ball straight to Karim Benzema, who turned the ball into the empty net to put Real ahead, before he let Gareth Bale's long-range strike slip through his hands for the Spanish side's third
The German was left on the floor in tears after the final whistle in Kiev and a distraught Karius apologised to the fans, admitting he cost Liverpool the title
But Ronaldo, who has now won five European Cups in all, has cast fresh doubts over his future following the match
However, Chelsea have no intention of paying Sarri's £7million (€8m) release clause, which expires on May 31, Sky in Italy are reporting